Newcastle United, considered to have one of the deepest pockets in the world, is looking to add to its roster.

The Sun said on Aug. 25 (KST) that Newcastle will break new ground, adding that the players in Newcastle’s Galactico policy, which includes Kane and Neymar, have a market value of £450 million ($735.9 million). Newcastle secured a fourth-place finish or better in the Premier League this season to qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League, their first UEFA Champions League appearance in 21 years since the 2002-03 season.

‘Kane and Neymar have emerged as targets for Newcastle,’ says The Sun. ‘Having qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time in 20 years, Newcastle have an exciting summer transfer window ahead. ‘Newcastle are looking to Real Madrid’s galactico policy of the 2000s as a role model. Kane has been linked with a move to Manchester United, but Newcastle are prioritizing his signature. Kane has one year left on his Tottenham contract but is expected to leave the club this summer.

‘Neymar is another player who could join Newcastle. Maddison, who Newcastle have already tried to sign, could also join Newcastle.” “Newcastle, which was acquired by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund in 2021, has emerged as one of the world’s richest clubs,” he added.먹튀검증

After battling relegation last season, Newcastle has continued to strengthen since being acquired by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, and this season they have been in contention for the top half of the Premier League. Financial Fair Play has prevented Newcastle from signing players to match the club’s financial resources, but with their UEFA Champions League qualification, the club’s revenues have skyrocketed and they are expected to spend astronomical amounts of money in the transfer market.

As Sky Sports put it, “Playing in the Champions League is a new challenge for Newcastle. They need to build a squad to compete with the likes of Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, and Napoli,” and “Newcastle will spend more money. Newcastle were limited in their signings in the January transfer window due to financial fair play. Newcastle’s Champions League qualification pushes financial fair play aside. It’s like they’ve won a prize that they didn’t have before.

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